Tag Archives: Birthing from Within

Bonding with Your Baby – Before Birth

Motherhood begins at the moment we internalize the fact that we got a positive result on the pregnancy test we took.  Whether the pregnancy was planned or unplanned we immediately begin realizing that we are no longer responsible for only ourselves, but … Continue reading

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What Would L&D Nurses Like for You to Know?

A new survey of California labor and delivery nurses was recently released by the Perinatal Advisory Council: Leadership, Advocacy, and Consultation revealing three distinct things that L&D nurses would like for pregnant women to do to better prepare for childbirth.  … Continue reading

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Teen Pregnancy and Childbirth Education

So Many Questions… Experiencing teen pregnancy can be a time of great concern and many questions for the teen mother, father, and their parents.  Does life as we know it stop?  Why does it seem like no one believes I … Continue reading

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Avoiding Cesarean or Planning VBAC (It’s mostly the same thing! :) )

I would like to start this piece off with a quote that I gleaned from Talk Birth.  Thank you Molly. 🙂 Labor is like mothering: you prepare and do the best you can, but finally, most of it is out … Continue reading

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